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The unit indicates charging when plugged with my adaptor. but when you press the power button, there is no power although the charging led indicator is lit.
You may have a defective battery. Depending on the notebook and battery, try one of following procedures to confirm if this is merely a battery problem:
1. Examine the battery to see if there is a built-in charge status indicator on it. These will be a series of LEDs and a button that, when pressed, will cause one or more to illuminate. If none of the LEDs illuminate, even after the unit has been charging for some time, you probably have a bad battery. Or
2. Remove the battery from the notebook, attach the power adapter, and turn on the computer. If the computer runs WITHOUT the battery installed, you probably have a bad battery.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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